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Conveyor Magnets


Conveyor Magnets
Price : 50,000.00 / Piece(s)Get Best Price

MOQ : 1 Piece(s)

Business Type Manufacturer, Supplier, Retailer
Size Standard
Material Cobalt, Nickel
Thickness 10-20mm
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Location Anywhere in India

Product Details

Certification
ROHS Certified
Application
Industrial Use
Grade
Superior
Color
Grey
Surface Finishing
Polished
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MAGWELL Consists Permanent Magnetic and Electro magnet are designed to remove both large and small size or types of tramp metal from product streams conveyed by belt. The tramp metal that is captured by the magnet can retain before cleaning is required. Usually the removal of the tramp metal can be obtained for a low cast than an electromagnet also working

 

WORKING OPERATION

Magwell Suspension magnet Consists of a large Size of magnet mounted iside a support frame suspended over the conveyed product stream. The receiveing belt magnet should be suspended approximately five to ten inches above the product stream for optimum tramp metal removal. The magnet should be located in an area that has easy access to allow for proper maintenance. Also the magnet should operate in an area of the belt where no integral parts of the conveyor can become magnetized, Such as idler rollers or belting support plates, as this may cause excessive wear on the conveyor system. To clean the magnet simply turn the collection pan winch to draw the pan across the magnet face. The pan retains the tramp metal as it is removed from the magnet. Once the pan is drawn entirely across the magnet face, it can be removed 

 

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

Magnets always have two poles: one called north; the other called south. Two north poles always repel each other, as do two south poles. However, north and south poles always attract each other. A magnetic field is defined as a physical field established between to poles. Its intensity and direction determine the forces of attraction or repulsion existing between the two magnets. Figures 1.1 and 1.2 are typical representations of two interacting magnetic poles, and the magnetic field established between them. Magnets are found in nature in all sorts of shapes and chemical constitution. Magnets used in industry are artificially made. Magnets that sustain their magnetism for long periods of time are denominated “permanent magnets.” These are widely used in several types of magnet

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